On behalf of American Baptist Churches USA, ABHMS and International Ministries seek emergency One Great Hour of Sharing donations to help those affected by COVID-19 across the United States and around the globe.
ABHMS convened a National Emergency Roundtable with American Baptist partners as a first step in responding to the coronavirus pandemic by sharing information about American Baptist needs and resources.
ministrElife has launched the "
Extend-a-Hand" campaign. Buy a ministrElife Zoom video room for yourself, and you'll receive another video room to give as a gift to the ministry professional of your choice--a timely offer in an era of increased virtual connection.
ABHMS stands with Asian-Americans against racism amidst COVID-19. Since the U.S. outbreak, President Trump has called it the "Chinese virus." Such inflammatory rhetoric has resulted in the harassment of many Asian-Americans.
In March, ABHMS held "Developing a Strategic Planning Process for Your Church"--the first installment of its
Native American Leadership Training Series--at Bethany Baptist, a Native American church in Clarkdale, Ariz.